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DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge

"Dragons: Race To The Edge" Interview With Director Elaine Bogan

by 90'sCartoonManon June 26, 2015
Elaine Bogan began her career at DreamWorks as a storyboard artist on Shrek the Halls. She directed the pilot episode of Netflix’s Dragons: Race to the Edge, “Dragon Eye of the Beholder.” Following the screening of the episodes, she sat down with Toonzone News and other members of the press to answer some questions. ELAINE BOGAN: […]
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DreamWorks Animation Studio Tour With "Dragons: Race to the Edge"

by 90'sCartoonManon June 26, 2015
Headquarted comfortably on a beautiful space of land in Glendale California is DreamWorks Animation Studios, birthplace of dozens of animated movies, many of which have been spun off into television series. This includes the mega-popular How To Train Your Dragon franchise, which released its second feature film last summer and is readying its third television […]


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NY Times on Oriental DreamWorks and Growing China/Hollywood Partnerships

by Ed Liuon April 6, 2015
The New York Times has taken a look at the growing number of partnerships between Hollywood film studios and Chinese creative companies, paying specific focus on Oriental DreamWorks and its work to make Kung Fu Panda 3 a true international co-production. The article notes how the Chinese market is growing in importance to Hollywood studios, […]

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Judge Dismisses Animation Workers' Anti-Trust Lawsuit Over Wage-Fixing Practices

by Ed Liuon April 6, 2015
The Hollywood Reporter reports that U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has dismissed a class-action lawsuit that claimed that several animation companies (including the Walt Disney Corporation, DreamWorks Animation, and Sony ImageWorks) violated anti-trust laws by fixing wages of animators in a non-poaching arrangement between numerous tech firms. The ruling relied on the statute of limitations […]
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DreamWorks' "Home" Surprises With Strong Opening Weekend

by Todd DuBoison March 30, 2015
DreamWorks Animation’s new family film Home defied expectations at the box office opening weekend, earning $52.1 million domestically per Box Office Mojo. The movie had been projected for an opening of $30 to $35 million, but instead Home represents the third strongest opening for a non-sequel film from the studio behind Kung Fu Panda ($60.2 […]

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Actor Brian Stepanek on Going "Home" for DreamWorks Animation

by Ed Liuon March 27, 2015
Actor Brian Stepanek ought to be familiar to audiences of kids and grown-up entertainment, both on-camera and in voiceover work for animation. A guest role on CBS’s Two and a Half Men so impressed writer/producer Chuck Lorre that he created a recurring role for Mr. Stepanek on the show, and cast him in guest roles […]